Green Oaks Country Club, host of the 14th WPGA Senior Four-Ball Championships

Senior Four-Ball Championships hit Green Oaks Monday
By Josh Rowntree, Director of Communications • June 30, 2024

The WPGA returns to Green Oaks Country Club Monday for the 2024 Senior Four-Ball Championship.

Started in 2011, the Senior-Four Ball Championship is a 36-hole competition that will feature two divisions: the Senior and the Super-Senior.

A year ago, the team of Bob Ofcharka and Paul Bangor won the 2023 WPGA Senior Four-Ball Championship at Wildwood Golf Club, shooting 3-under and edging Joe George and Ralph Litrenta by a stroke.

Bangor and Ofcharka are scheduled to defend their title Monday.

Bob Thomas and Jim Wallisch took the Super-Senior division in 2023, winning by four strokes at 2-under.

Phil Saylor and Bob Allshouse won the first Senior Four-Ball Championship. The following year, Green Oaks hosted the event for the first time, with Perry Graciano and Jim Crawford claiming a victory.

The Club again hosted in 2019, as Joseph Corsi and John Jones took home the title.

The year prior, the Super-Senior Division was introduced to the event and has been held each year since.

Allshouse has been part of six winning teams over the years, with three victories in the Senior division and three in the Super-Senior. He will compete this year in the Super-Senior field with Vince Zachetti, who he teamed up with for titles in 2020 and 2021.

This year there are 26 teams signed up to compete, with two teams per starting time, beginning at 8:00 a.m.

To see the leaderboard for the 2024 WPGA Senior Four-Ball Championship, click here GGID: 24WPGASR4BALL).

For media inquiries, please contact WPGA Director of Communications Josh Rowntree.

About the WPGA
Founded in 1899, the Western Pennsylvania Golf Association is the steward of amateur golf in the region. Started by five Member Clubs, the association now has nearly 200 Member Clubs and 34,000 members. The WPGA conducts 14 individual competitions and 10 team events, and administers the WPGA Scholarship Fund and Western Pennsylvania Golf Hall of Fame.